Dear David Lynch, Mark Frost, and Twin Peaks Associates,
It is with unreserved enthusiasm that I vouch for Ms. Michelle Levy as an excellent addition to your upcoming series of Twin Peaks. Ms. Levy brings together most of what — to my understanding — you love best: an eye for the uncanny, a deep commitment to research, a refined aesthetic, and, most importantly, an unwavering yet non-linear love for story.
I will admit I am not an expert in Twin Peaks. There are those who have studied your every move, writing down and reinterpreting details with a Wes Anderson-like obsession. Forgive me for not joining their ranks.
I do know this: allowing Michelle Levy an appearance on your show catalyze the an amazing next series of steps in her own world, which she has been building with a meticulous dedication that you can’t help but admire.
There are no coincidences, as I’m sure you know by now. There are only opportunities. The best opportunities work well for both parties present. Trust me when I assure you this opportunity is not good: it’s great.
Should you have any further questions about Ms. Levy’s qualifications, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Truly, madly, deeply,
dear twin peaks,
what if…in the new twin peaks….everyone has moved forward in time 25 years….EXCEPT for the log lady who has somehow moved backwards in time 25 years?
yes, you’re thinking what im thinking arent you? michelle levy would be a formidable young log lady. her conviction—her strength—her cosmic abilities…..her accidental intuition. yes she would serve you well.
DO NOT BE AFRAID to accept michelle into the peaks. she will serve you well, as she has served others.
Dear Powers That Be,
Michelle Levy embodies the creative spirit and mystery of Twin Peaks in a way you have never seen before.
She is cutting edge performance art.
She is twist and wit at its finest.
She is bravery and perseverance encapsulated.
I will never forget the response from one of my dear friends, Magda Buczek, a recognized artist in Poland. When she heard about “Searching for Agent C,” Magda’s eyes grew wide and she declared it “one of the most brilliant projects she’d ever heard of” and a perfect response to her favorite show of all time.
Michelle creates buzz wherever she goes.
She pours love and care into her work, and I think it’s important to note that she is always meticulously well-dressed.
I hope you will seriously consider her request.
She will add a new dimension to the Twin Peaks story.
You won’t be sorry.
Sarah Cameron Sunde
director + interdisciplinary artist
Michelle Levy is the good kind of crazy. The kind that created art that’s fun and cheeky. So why not enjoy it? Worst comes to worst you have a great story.
Michelle’s college friend,
Michelle is a true artist with a fascinating, mystical project surrounding Agent Cooper. She would fit in nicely in the town of Twin Peaks. Perhaps as the Log Lady’s niece? Perhaps as a mysterious artist who shows up one day in the cafe, orders coffee and pie, and takes a picture of Agent Cooper. Michelle, take us with you!
AFI Directing Fellow (’06) (David’s alma mater)
To the Directors of Twin Peaks:
I watched every episode of Twin Peaks, starting with the pilot on the night that it aired. Twin Peaks is missing something: Michelle Levy. Put this artist on the show and close the loophole. Her search is for Cooper. Help her find him.
Rachel Ostrow, artist
Michelle Levy’s work relating to Agent Cooper is fascinating and profound. It is done with an elegance of execution that illustrates a deep respect and understanding of the material. Do not underestimate this as fan fiction. It’s beautiful.